Disco Biscuits Live at The Fillmore Auditorium on 2006-02-04
- Live concert
- Disco Biscuits
02 King Of The World
03 Little Lai
04 And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night >
05 Cyclone >
06 And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night
Disc 2 - Set 2
02 Sweating Bullets >
03 Shem-Rah Boo
04 Nughuffer >
05 The Great Abyss > (1)
07 Crystal Ball
Disc 3 - Encore
01 Aquatic Ape
02 Mr. Don
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|King Of The World|
|And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night >|
|And The Ladies Were The Rest Of The Night|
|Sweating Bullets >|
|The Great Abyss > (1)|
(1) First Time Played
Plan C Approved
- 2006-02-13 06:01:44
- Sony D8 > VX Pocket 440 > Sound Studio > xACT > .flac (16/44)
- Denver, CO
- Taped by
- Brian Porter
- Transferred by
- Brian Porter
- The Fillmore Auditorium
Subject: I Agree
Subject: just wanted to say...
Subject: the show
Subject: Hells Yes!
Out Da Frame!
Dayamn! Check this piece out...
Subject: good show for the dedicated fans...
I think some people have a problem with this show because they really didnt play many *songs*..especially their heavy hitters. They really came to Denver to show the crowd how they jam. This show is a very techno driven show. Although most Biscuits shows obviously have techno/trance jams, they seemed to really focus on that aspect of the band at the Fillmore.
The song selection was a little weird considering 3 of them were instrumentals. The Nughuffer>Abyss>Nughuffer and Ladies>Cyclone>Ladies are the reasons to download this show.
Subject: Fun show
ladies > cyclone > ladies
bullets > shem rah boo
Nughuffer > great abyss > nughuffer are all a great listen.
Subject: not too shabby
Subject: It was a good show, but I'm partial.
Rumor was that this was going to be a "Bust Out" show, however, I'd say it was a mediocre show. It started strong but in my opinion, was very anticlimatic. Not that I'm in any position to criticize as I'm merely a fan, and I can't get 1,000 people to come see me play.
Mishawaka in 2006 would be phenominal.
Mishawaka 2006 ;)
Subject: Jesus, people...
The >Ladies and >Nughuffer are both really good, as is the Shem-Rah (does anyone else hear a Sweating Bullets tease in the Shem-Rah Boo?). The Ape is actually much better than I would have expected except the end is completely butchered. This show sounds exactly like one would expect from a band just three months into its new career. There are moments of brilliance, but too much of this stuff sounds like Particle-esque drivel...simple four-on-the-floor much more derivative than the Biscuits of old. Thank goodness for the Spectacle intro, though -- it shows that Allan is beginning to be able to incorporate some softer drumwork to complement the thumping beats.
Soundwise, I think this source sounds great, especially given the annoying fluctuations throughout the first set (one at Lai, one in Cyclone, and one in Ladies, I think) that'll be present on all sources.
Also, for the person who asked...
"PLAN C APPROVED" certifies that a group of tapers/afficionados in the Biscuits scene have gone over this source looking for flaws (and often fixed them when possible). For an example with this source, it took longer to release because we wanted to confirm things like the volume fluctuations were at the show and not just because the taper played with the gain. Also, tracking for Plan C shows will be ~99% accurate (often there are still personal choices one way or another that will affect the exact point), not just cueing on some easy to recognize riff, but often a more complete picture of the song (a specific bassline, for example).
Subject: Fillmore's flames yet to be put out.
Alan rules. I'm a big Sammy fan, but this kid is only going to get better. Sammy had hit the wall by the end. Alan has breathed life into something that was on it's way to death, and this show here is proof. I took a pure Bisco-hater to the show, and he could not deny the fact that this one melted face. Pure heat at 1000mph. I like Lotus, but I really felt bad for them after this. Get a good plastic surgeon for the Nughuffer and the Ladies>CycLadies.
Subject: Stupid Question
Subject: Effing Heat
Subject: Triumphant Return to CO
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